Seems to me that there are a few common issues that everyone agrees on or has a pet hate for. Largely it seems that a bulk of this is third party repositories that are incompatible eg livna and rpmforge, atrpms etc.
Most need the third party repo's for the fedora system we want could we have these in a restricted-extras repos and multimedia extras so that users can install everything needed for a fully functional system.
Why is this problem never solved ? How can we solve it ? Can we help is there a project to achieve this?
Noticed in this post http://stanton-finley.net/forums/vie...9d4de8c%5B/url
Stanton-Finley goes Ubuntu that stanton finley a person whose installation and setup notes helped a lot of people out including me, learn and setup fedora over previous versions has switched to ubuntu. Fedora needs to keep peple like this and others in our forums that help others and make them feel welcomed.
Red-Hat hasn't sold out to Microsoft and Fedora is up to Fedora and it users. If Fedora helps Red Hat this isn't a bad thing its a good thing, unless you like microsoft of course.
I love fedora for its stability, security and configurability. Haven't got to use FC6 yet as my PC is down, but as soon as my processor arrives in the mail you know what I will be doin hope it is as good as it sounds.
Started thinking more about this after reading this review http://www.softwareinreview.com/cms/content/view/57
and the devs response here http://kernelslacker.livejournal.com/62413.html